Thursday Worship 6:00 p.m. Sunday Worship 9:30 a.m. Sunday School at 8:30 a.m.
With Joy and Thanksgiving
The people of Trinity Lutheran Church celebrate God's gift of the Word and Sacraments. Both Christ-centered and people-centered, our liturgy is the celebration of thanks and joy!
The gift of love and friendship we have with our Lord is shared by all of us. We express this love by loving one another and others - personally: by caring, visiting, consoling, encouraging - as a church body: by reaching of and touching the sick, the hungry, the powerless, the poor and the empty-of-life.
Greetings in the name of Christ!
Here at Trinity Lutheran Church, we are a community of believers in the love of God, the mercy of Jesus Christ and the empowerment of the Holy Spirit. We aren't perfect and we are all in different places in our faith journey; but we journey together and worship together and learn together and serve together. We know that Jesus takes us as we are, but never leaves us that way. So we live in hope and encourage each other along the way, as we also seek to love and serve others in our community and world with the same love and mercy we ourselves have been given by God.
As Lutheran Christians, we believe that we are saved by grace through faith and that this is not accomplished by our own good works, but as a gift from our loving God through Jesus Christ's death and resurrection. We are always looking at what God has done for His people and what He is doing now in our midst, in our lives and in the world. We understand the scriptures as being the source that reveals this loving God to us so that we may know our Lord and come to recognize His presence in our lives and in the world. We rejoice that God continues to seek us and bring us to the knowledge of Christ's saving work and the Holy Spirit's continuous guidance in our lives, even when we are oblivious to it.
Come and join us on the journey, as we seek to draw near to the Lord by learning how to have a true relationship with Jesus Christ through worship, prayer, bible study, discernment, fellowship, and service.
"You did not choose me, but I chose you." -John 15:16
Marked with the cross of Christ forever, we are claimed, gathered and sent for the sake of the world. This is the mission statement of the ELCA. As members of the ELCA, we believe that we are freed in Christ to serve and love our neighbor. With our hands, we do God’s work of restoring and reconciling communities in Jesus’ name throughout the world.
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